Burnley have revealed their kit for the new season as they mark a special anniversary.

The design takes inspiration from the kit worn by the 1920/1921 League Championship winning side of 100 years ago.

With a First Division title, as well as achieving an unbeaten Football League record of 30 games that would last for 80 years, the likes of manager John Haworth, the famed halfback line of George Halley, captain Tommy Boyle and Billy Watson and top goalscorer Joe Anderson became household names in their unrelenting charge towards the first of the two English championship trophies won by the club.

Developed by Umbro, the new home kit uses the classic design from 100 years ago as its influence, with the blue collar prominent in a stylised ‘cut’ neckline.

The traditional blue sleeves are also a distinguished feature, as they sit lower on the arm.

The ‘Legs, Hearts, Minds’ tri-colour stripe, which  has been adopted as a mantra in the Sean Dyche era, add a modern touch to the back neckline, along with the official licensed label to the side seam.

The shirt is complemented by white shorts with claret contrast side tipping, and claret socks with blue contrast cuff and BFC wording.

The kit will initially be for sale via pre-order on Monday, August 17, at shop.burnleyfc.com, followed by an instore launch on Saturday, September 5.